This week: People who understand their obligation to the poor taking action at the local market. The miracle of life. A great campus ministry promo. Another take on the corrected translation of the liturgy. Editing God. MSM bias is not just against the Church and conservatives. Surprise, you are getting married in an hour or so!
You are in line at the grocery store. It’s moving slow, some sort of problem with a person ahead of you. They are using EBT (food stamps) and there is not enough credit to cover their total. They struggle with what to exclude, such as baby food. What do you do?
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This gives me so much hope!
Great new promo for St. Mary’s Catholic Center at Texas A&M:
The Life Teen folks have produced another informative video on the corrected translation of Mass:
Our Father who is in heaven, uphold the holiness of your name. Bring in your kingdom so that your will is done on earth as it’s done in heaven. Give us the bread we need for today. Forgive us for the ways we have wronged you, just as we also forgive those who have wronged us. And don’t lead us into temptation, but rescue us from the evil one.
Some people simply can not leave scripture as revealed to us by God himself alone. God is out of step with modern man, has gender “inclusiveness” issues and is politically incorrect. Fortunately, as Mark Shea notes, there are “some scholars from the Protestant Churches Nobody Goes to Anymore and a few tired Catholic scholars of the Woodstock Generation have come out with the new Yet Another Version of the Bible.”
The bias and complete lack of objectivity from the MSM (mainstream media) could not be more obvious:
I am conflicted about this wedding:
On the plus side, it is incredibly romantic and a beautiful, loving gift to the bride. On the down side, the importance and presence of God is minimized. For Catholics, it does not have to be an either / or. Your comments are always welcome!
Some random thoughts or bits of information are worthy of sharing but don’t warrant their own full post. This idea was started by Jennifer Fulwiler at Conversion Diary to address this blogging need. So, some Fridays I too participate when I have accumulated 7 worthy items. Thank you Jen for hosting this project!